The MagPi - Issue 82 - 2019 June

The MagPi - Issue 82 - 2019 June
Issue 82
The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It’s a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
  Coding is a life-changing skill. One of my first memories is creating a platform game at school; even though I loved coding, I went on to study English and take up a career in journalism. That was before Raspberry Pi and online training came along. A series of courses in Computational Thinking and Computer Science enabled me to pick up where I left off as a child. Coding had changed, but so had I: Scratch made it easy to visualise programs, and Python replaced BASIC. A greater focus on making fired my imagination. Computer science and coding also led me to Raspberry Pi, where I ended up editing this fine magazine.
  The Raspberry Pi was created to increase the number of students learning code and computer science. Needless to say, it was a roaring success. Almost a year since winning the prestigious MacRobert award, Raspberry Pi now finds itself stamped into history by the Royal Mail, which is celebrating 50 years of British engineering. It joins the likes of the Harrier Jump Jet in a special set of postage stamps (page 6).
  With the Pi’s prestigious prizes and Cambridge University history, you might be forgiven for thinking that coding isn’t for you - it’s for engineers and students, and you’ve missed the coding boat. Nothing is further from the truth. Our feature (page 26) will get you started. Anybody can learn to code; everybody should learn to code.

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